Taylor Swift Releases First New Song Since '1989,' Collaborates With Zayn Malik on 'Fifty Shades Darker' Track


Zayn Malik and Taylor Swift are teaming up on an an all-new song for Fifty Shades Darker.

Swift took to Twitter on Thursday to debut their new track, "I Don't Want to Live Forever," with a trailer for the upcoming film featuring their collaboration.

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On Wednesday, Malik teased the team-up, sharing a black and white polaroid he snapped with Swift and her pet cat. The 23-year-old English singer captioned the pic only with the hashtag, '#idontwannaliveforever."

The song is currently available on iTunes, and one person who appears to have already purchased the sultry number is Malik's girlfriend, Gigi Hadid. The model took to Snapchat to share a screengrab of the track playing on her phone.


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"I Don't Want to Live Forever" was written by Swift, Sam Dew and Fun. frontman Jack Antonoff specifically for the erotic drama sequel's soundtrack. It is also the first single the 26-year-old "Shake It Off" singer has released since her 1989 album hit stores in October 2014.

After her best-selling album and wildly successful world tour, Swift earned the top spot on Forbes' 2016 list of Highest Paid Musicians, and even earned the rank of highest paid celebrity on the planet.

Check out the video below to hear how much Swift raked between June 1, 2015 and June 1, 2016 -- and which of her famous exes also made the list (much further down).